Namo Buddha Resort is surrounded by our organic farm and natural forest land. Our staff follow the best practices to care for the earth creating a sustainable environment that will last for generations.
The gardens surrounding the property are wonderful opportunities to learn about local Nepali vegetation as well as different organic farming techniques and cultivated plants.
We grow as much of our own food as possible : vegetables, grains, flowers and many fruits as well as collecting milk from our buffaloes daily. Our abundant gardens and natural methods ensure that we can create a variety of homemade delicacies to please your senses. ↝ our kitchen
To supplement what cannot be produced onsite, we purchase fresh fruit and vegetables from local farmers supporting the surrounding economy.
Integrating within the community here is very important to us, therefore our staff is approximately 80% from neighbouring villages. With that in mind, please understand that many are not fluent in English nor formally trained in tourism. However, we make up with effort and are doing our best to make your experience as authentic as possible.
We also support the Association for Craft Producers (ACP). Our bed handwoven cushion covers and bed linen are designed according to traditional patterns. Our stylish crockery come from Thimi Ceramics in Bhaktapur, where they use non toxic glazing materials and were the first stoneware ceramics producers in Nepal.
The Kavre district has been increasingly facing water shortages, therefore we have some important measures to preserve it. We monitor our water consumption daily, recycling the grey water of our communal shower house. We have established water recharge ponds which help to replenish not only our spring but also the neighbouring ones and thereby improving the communities’ access to water.
Please note that all our drinking water is safely purified via filtration and UV treatment. Please help us by keeping the number of plastic bottles to a minimum.
By staying with us, you are contributing toward sustainable tourism which is very important for the future Nepal.